Tolerance Is Already an Endangered Species, and the Left Wants to Kill It

NATIONAL HARBOR, MARYLAND – MARCH 01: U.S. Vice President Mike Pence speaks during CPAC 2019 March 1, 2019 in National Harbor, Maryland. The American Conservative Union hosts the annual Conservative Political Action Conference to discuss conservative agenda. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Pete Buttigieg is determined to turn Vice President Mike Pence into the lead boogeyman of evangelical Christians.

The Democratic presidential candidate claims he is tolerant, that he believes people should live and let live, but that’s not what his unprovoked attacks against Pence seem to suggest.

Here’s the thing: the vice president is not actually Buttigieg’s target. He, like so many on the left, are really just gaslighting all of us. His real target is tolerance — an endangered species in this brave new world.

Pence, the former governor of Indiana, hasn’t actually made a public comment about the South Bend mayor since 2015, when he said he holds Buttigieg — who is gay — in “the highest personal regard,” adding he has a “great working relationship” with the Democrat, whom he called a “dedicated public servant and a patriot.”

So there’s no actual problem between Pence and Buttigieg. The real issue is the fact that Buttigieg finds tolerance to be personally affronting and Pence has proven himself time and again to be the poster child for tolerance.

As governor, Pence, who is devoutly Christian and sees marriage as a religious institution between one man and one woman, said he would not darken the doors of a restaurant if he saw the owner “refuse to serve a gay couple.”

He’s also part of a White House that has launched a global campaign to decriminalize homosexuality in countries like Brunei, where gay people are fatally stoned and whipped over their sexual orientations.

Pence has proven someone can walk the line between religious liberty and personal freedom. While personally opposed to same-sex marriage, because of his Christian convictions, the vice president has stayed true to one of his other convictions: that every human life has innate value and dignity.

Buttigieg, on the other hand, wants to pick and choose which aspects of Christianity to elevate, then he wants every other Christian to not only tolerate but embrace his cherry-picked theology.

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SOURCE: Faithwire –